3 edition of Vindiciae fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith found in the catalog.
Vindiciae fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith
by Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, for Edward Forrest in Oxford
Written in English
|Other titles||Vindiciae fidei, Treatise of iustification., Treatise of justification by faith., Vindiciae fidei, or A treatise of justification by faith.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 931:6.|
|Contributions||Capel, Richard, 1586-1656.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 16, 19-154, 171-239,  p.|
|Number of Pages||239|
Iustitia Dei A History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification The Christian doctrine of justification is of immense interest to historians and theologians, and continues to be of major importance in modern ecumenical discussions. The present work appeared in its first edition in , and rapidly became the leading reference work on the. And above the church is a banner referring to Isaiah , the proof-text for royal supremacy: ‘kings shall be thy nursing fathers, and their queens thy nursing mothers’. This reflected a widespread language of godly kingship in Restoration England. This book provides the first account of the significance of this rhetoric.
THe chiefe and first meane to extinguish the flames of our warre, is, the waters of our heart poured out in prayers to God, pag. 1 Reformation after mourning, is the second step to a solid peace, p. 2 The corruption of the Church, is the fountaine of our present misery, ibid. The State cannot be setled till the Church be first reformed, 3 Every man would help what hee can to . Full text of "History of the rise and influence of the spirit of rationalism in Europe" See other formats.
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Get this from a library. Vindiciæ fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith: wherein the truth of that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauills of it's adversaries deliuered at Magdalen Hall in Oxford ; by William Pemble, Mr of Arts.
[William Pemble; Richard Capel]. Get this from a library. Vindiciae fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith: wherein that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauils of it's aduersaries. Deliuered in certaine lectures at Magdalen Hall in Oxford, by William Pemble, Master of Arts of the same house: and now published since his death for the publique benefit.
First published in as Vindiciae Fidei, this book contains writings that were originally delivered as lectures at Magdalen Hall, Oxford.
In them, Pemble shows how faith in the finished work of Christ is what justifies the sinner. "Who satisfies God's justice for. Vindiciae fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith wherein that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauils of it's aduersaries. Deliuered in certaine lectures at Magdalen Hall in Oxford, by William Pemble, Master of Arts of the same house: and now published since his death for the publique benefit.
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Justifying faith: or, That faith by which the just do live briefly describ'd in a discourse on 1 Joh. By the author of a late book, entitled Summum bonum, or, An explication of the divine goodness, &c.
To this discourse is added, an abstract of. Book description How did authors such as Jonson, Spenser, Donne and Milton think about the past lives of the words they used. Hannah Crawforth shows how early modern writers were acutely attuned to the religious and political implications of the etymology of English by: 2.
Vindicae Fidei, or A Treatise of Iustification by Faith, wherein the truth of that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauills of it's Adversaries. The second Edition. PEMBLE. Sie in den Sammlungen von Foreign works: Kunst und Sammlerstücke auf The casting down of the last and strongest hold of Satan.
Or, A treatise against toleration and pretended liberty of conscience: wherein by Scripture, sound reason, fathers, schoolmen, casuists, Protestant divines of all nations, confessions of faith of the Reformed Churches, ecclesiastical histories, and constant practice of the most pious and wisest emperours.
The scriptures sufficiency to determine all matters of faith, made good against the Papist: or, That a Christian may be infallibly certain of his faith and religion by the Holy Scriptures. By that great and famous light of Gods Church, William Twisse D.D. and. The riches of Gods love unto the vessells of mercy, consistent with his absolute hatred or reprobation of the vessells of wrath, or, An answer unto a book entituled, Gods love unto mankind in two bookes, the first being a refutation of the said booke, as it was presented in manuscript by Mr Hord unto Sir Nath.
Rich., the second being an examination of certain passages. Westminster Assembly of Divines. The True Doctrine of Iustification Asserted and Vindicated, from the Errors of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians: In thirty lectures preached at Lawrence-Iury, London.
Vindiciae Fidei, or a Treatise of Iustification by Faith, etc. [by William Pemble]. 4to. Cambridge Core - History of Ideas and Intellectual History - Freedom and the Construction of Europe - edited by Quentin Skinner. Any- thing, he asserts, is a matter of faith which concerns the primacy of the Apostolic See, which all Catholics believe as a dogma orthodoxae fidei to be founded upon the holy Scriptures.
Ibid. Non igitur hoc Juramento sola civilis obedientia quaeritur, sed quaeritur abnegatio fidei Catholicae, & ut obediatur homini contra obedientiam Dei.
The present work was undertaken early inand is an attempt to describe in detail the products and working of the Oxford Press in its early days. Though eclipsed by the glories of the later University Press, the first period, included in this book, has a natural importance of its own.
Anonymous (). A iustification or cleering of the Prince of Orendge agaynst the false sclaunders, wherewith his ilwillers goe about to charge him wrongfully.
EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A lamentable ditty composed vpon the death of Robert Lord Devereux, late earle of Essex.
EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A Lanthorne for Landlords. EEBO-TCP.\n. The first and second part of Gangræna, or, A catalogue and discovery of many of the errors, heresies, blasphemies and pernicious practices of the sectaries of this time, vented and acted in England in these four last years also a particular narration of divers stories, remarkable passages, letters: an extract of many letters, all concerning the present sects: together with some.
Anonymous. A treatise concernynge generall councilles, the byshoppes of Rome, and the clergy. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the croune of England.
EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A true account from Chichester, concerning the death of Habin the informer. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous.A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion being a vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's relation of a conference, &c., from the pretended answer by T.C.: wherein the true grounds of faith are cleared and the false discovered, the Church of England vindicated from the imputation of schism, and the most important.THE PREFACE.
THE CONTENTS. BOOKS Printed for and Sold by Iohn Salusbury at the Rising Sun in Cornhil. An END of Doctrinal Controversies, &c. CHAP. 1. How we may and must conceive.